Tiffanie Boyd named McDonald’s U.S. Chief People Officer

Tiffanie Boyd named McDonald’s U.S. Chief People Officer

 November 19, 2020

McDonald’s has named Tiffanie Boyd as its new U.S. Chief People Officer.

“McDonald’s has the ability to impact people, communities and the economy in such a meaningful way. I’m also honored to join a strong team focused on elevating the people and culture agenda of an already great company,” says Tiffanie.

A successful and driven leader

Formerly Vice President of Human Resources at General Mills, Tiffanie is an accomplished, respected and purpose-driven leader who has a reputation for implementing talent, organisation and culture strategies that drive business results.

Prioritzing employee and community wellbeing 

Tiffanie also holds a passion for employee development, and strives to make employees feel heard, valued and supported. 

Beyond her career, Tiffanie has also spent time on boards and advisory teams focused on closing the achievement gap for kids of color. She is currently co-chairing the American Heart Association Go Red for Women movement.

“We intend to make bold moves for our people,” says McDonald’s Global Chief People Officer Heidi Capozzi. “Tiffanie will help us lead this work and continue to make McDonald’s a safe, equitable and rewarding place to work.”

Further new executives named

Bethany McDonald's

Further new executives include Bethany Tate Cornell [pictured above], who has been named McDonald’s Chief Learning and Development Officer. Bethany’s role includes improving McDonald’s digital focus through creating innovative ways of supporting the company’s system-wide learning, development and leadership capabilities.

McDonald's equality

U.S. Army Veteran Reginald Miller [pictured above] has also been named McDonald’s Global Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer.

Work with supportive leadership at McDonald’s

McDonald’s leadership team draws from a proud history and set of values that made the company an icon of American business.

Inspired to work with supportive leadership, research the range of job opportunities available and build your career with McDonald’s.


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